12:00 PM - Adrienne Martin
1:30 PM - The Rembrandt Club: First Thursday Lecture and Tea
4:15 PM - Michael Della Rocca: "The Parmenidean Ascent: Substance"
4:15 PM - Yoon Sun Lee: "Chang-rae Lee, Lyricism, Liberalism"
4:30 PM - Poetry Reading by Afaa Michael Weaver
5:00 PM - Art After Hours
12:00 PM - Know Tomorrow Claremont: Outdoor Activity Fair
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart for violin and piano
1:15 PM - Islamic Prayer Service
5:30 PM - Shabbat Services
6:30 PM - Shabbat Dinner
8:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra
10:00 AM - Fall Planting Festival
2:00 PM - Founders Day and the New Millikan Laboratory
6:45 PM - Election Night 2015 Panel
11:00 AM - Catholic Mass
2:30 PM - Interdenominational Worship Service
3:00 PM - Bessie Bartlett Frankel Chamber Music Festival: Leah Zeger Quartet
3:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra
5:15 PM - Catholic Mass
12:15 PM - Zala Volcic: "Yugo-nostalgia: Cultural Memory and Media in Former Yugoslavia"
4:15 PM - Jerry Jacobs: "In Defense of Disciplines: Interdisciplinarity and Specialization in the University"
4:15 PM - Michelle Kisliuk: "Singing and Dancing/Nature and Community in the Central African Rain Forest"
6:00 PM - "Beyond the Heights" followed by Q&A
6:45 PM - Shyam Selvadurai: "Writing from the Hyphen"
6:45 PM - Ted Rall: "Political Cartooning and Satire in the Digital Age"
6:45 PM - Michael W. McConnell: "Our Seventeenth Century Executive"
8:00 PM - Ngugi wa Thiong'o
7:30 AM - Zen Meditation
4:15 PM - Exclusive Film Pre-Screening: "Rising Voices/Hótȟaŋiŋpi"
4:15 PM - West African Music and Dance
4:30 PM - Latter Day Saints Class
5:30 PM - Angie Estes Poetry Reading
6:45 PM - Math Panel: "Math for the New Millennium: Ideas that Change the World"
8:00 PM - Exploring Meditation
12:15 PM - John Zemke: "The Storyteller: Jorge Luis Borges' El Etnográfo"
6:45 PM - Henri Cole: "A Poetry Reading with Henri Cole"
8:00 PM - "By The Way, Meet Vera Stark"
12:00 PM - Dreier Roundtable: "Examining the Roots of Polarization in Our Constitutional Order"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Mozart, Marcello, and Castillo
2:00 PM - "By The Way, Meet Vera Stark"
8:00 PM - Chalifour and Friends in Recital
10:00 AM - Medicinal Plants of California Herb Walk
8:00 AM - Free Admission for Seniors (65+) and Veterans
6:45 PM - Martha Bayles: "Soft Power is Hard!"
4:15 PM - Anne Boyer: "Garments Against Women"
6:45 PM - Kyle Thierman: "Surfing for Change"
12:00 PM - Harold B. "Hal" Nelson: "Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Scripps College and the Art of Enameling in Southern California"
12:00 PM - Hung Thai: "Emotional Currencies: What Happens When Poor Immigrants Return Home to Spend and Give Money"
6:45 PM - Kris Perry/Sandy Stier: "The Fall of Prop. 8 -- Marriage Equality at the U.S. Supreme Court"
4:15 PM - Min Zhou: "Encountering Strangers in an Emerging Global City"
7:00 PM - "R.S.V.P. Los Angeles" artist Aydinaneth Ortiz in conversation with curatorial intern Nicolàs Orozco-Valdivia
7:30 PM - Beth Richie: "Gender Violence and Anti-Black Racism: Reflections on the Problem of Carceral Feminism and the Possibilities of Prison Abolition"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Beach, Still, and Zhou
12:15 PM - Nelson A. Denis: "War Against All Puerto Ricans"
10:00 AM - Water-wise Groundcovers
1:00 PM - Introduction to Gardening with California Native Plants
6:45 PM - Nina Tandon: "Your Body 3.0"
6:30 PM - An Evening with the Honorable Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
6:45 PM - Anne Fausto-Sterling: "Gender Is a Process, Not a Trait"
7:30 PM - Scripps Student Recital
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Mahler, Kapralova, and Wolf
5:30 PM - Things That Go Bump in the Night
6:00 PM - International Place Autumn Gala
3:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Orchestra
8:00 PM - Harvey Mudd Concert Series: New Music Virtuosi
12:00 PM - MacTaylor: "Taxing California"
4:15 PM - Nicola Masciandaro: "Of a leden hewe: Darkness, Labor, and Impotentiality in Chaucer"
6:45 PM - Susan Sered: "Incarceration by Any Other Name: The Unholy Alliance of Religion, Therapeutic Culture"
8:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Orchestra
4:15 PM - Maria Cotera: "Chicana Technologies of Memory Before and After the Digital Turn"
12:00 PM - Mark Andrejecvic: "Drone Media: Power Asymmetries Associated with the Automation of Surveillance, Sense-Making and Response"
6:45 PM - Barbara Weinstein: "Rich Nation, Poor Nation: A History of Race, Region, and Inequality in Brazil"
7:00 PM - Pomona College Student Recital
8:00 PM - Harvey Mudd Concert Series: Paul Livingstone: Indian Classical Ragas
5:00 PM - Book Release Party: "R.S.V.P. Los Angeles: The Project Series at Pomona"
6:45 PM - James A. Sonne: "Teaching Religious Liberty"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Arnold, Ewald, and Burkhart for brass quintet